Nike Air Max 1 "Black Smoke"

Nike unloads a new colorway in the brand’s Air Max 1 for Fall 2011. Featuring a suede and canvas

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Nike unloads a new colorway in the brand’s Air Max 1 for Fall 2011. Featuring a suede and canvas upper, the kicks sport a pretty simple makeup, with smoke highlights and white midsoles adding some contrast. Nothing groundbreaking or over-the-top, this latest release is just another classic drop from the swoosh. Look for them now through select Nike accounts worldwide, including the afew Store.

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